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Environmental Cataclysm and the Eco-logics of Sustainability

Journal: International Journal of English, Literature and Social Science (Vol.4, No. 5)

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Page : 1636-1638

Keywords : Anthropocene; climate change; deep philosophical sense; ecological preservative policies; Phenomenogical existence.;

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The understanding of the word ‘environment' has taken on complex valences in the present context of global environmental catastrophe and climate change. Faced with the imminent threat of extinction, one needs to stand back and question the very taxonomic construction of the word ‘environment' as it has undergone epistemic, turbulent, and even schizophrenic transformation in a way we can now safely call ourselves as belonging to a distinct ‘Carbon Generation'. Our everyday life activities are so interwoven with the increasing sense of environmental pollution that even the threats of global extinction do not appear drown us into wholesome paranoia. The paper attempts to argue that the only possible way out of the situation lies not only in the collective acknowledgement of our duty towards ecological preservative policies that draw us into actions, but a deep philosophical sense of our phenomenological existence with our environ is absolutely urgent if we are to do something about our current ecological crisis.

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